Since completely university in England, Paul has worked as a bookseller, librarian and freelance writer. He currently lives in Florida. Making the decision whether to cohabit before marriage requires careful consideration for all couples. The right decision will increase the chance of a achieving a successful long-term relationship, while getting it wrong could spell disaster. Research shows that nearly half of all couples decide to cohabit before they enter wedlock. Of those living together, 40 percent will go on to marry within three years.
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By Laura Seldon for GalTime. You likely test-drove several vehicles before buying your last car, read every tech blog possible to see which smartphone was best for you, and even texted a few dressing-room pics of yourself to a friend before buying that cute maxi dress. As an educated, modern woman, you know researching your options and getting a few opinions can be a good thing. So, why are we so afraid to get a little help when it comes to our relationships?! Couples therapy, relationship coaching, premarital counseling -- most people would agree these are all great ways to help your relationship grow and thrive.
Muhammad Rafiq is a freelance writer, blogger, and translator with a Master's degree in English literature from the University of Malakand. Cohabitation is a sexual relationship between two people prior to marriage. It is an agreement between two individuals who live together like wedded individuals, but without performing any matrimonial ceremony. Cohabitation may be heterosexual or between same genders.